New Delhi, Nov 14: Exasperated by long queues outside ATMs and banks, a woman stripped in the National Capital to mark her dissent against the scrapping of high value currency notes by the government, said reports.
The woman removed her shirt in protest against the long queues outside ATMs in Delhi's Mayur Vihar area on Sunday, reported India.com.
Although she covered herself up after the police intervention, she was taken to Ghazipur police station for brief interrogation.
Meanwhile, long queues were seen outside banks and ATMs across the nation for the fifth consecutive day today.
People faced a great deal of inconvenience as several ATMs went dry due to cash crunch.
In a major attempt to tackle hoarding of black money, corruption and terror financing, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, on November 8, announced that all Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 rupee notes would cease to be valid in all forms of transactions.